• December 6, 2023

State of the GA7 GOP race

Staff Writer. Keen observers can draw lessons from Congressman Woodall’s stewardship of GA7 over the last decade. In the 2010 election, Rob Woodall won the GOP primary against Jody Hice to represent Georgia’s 7th Congressional District, then under different district boundaries. In January of 2011, Rob Woodall entered office, and, shortly thereafter, the district was […]Read More

David Fegan Explains What Is Going On In Iran

Iranian General Soleimani has been killing American soldiers since 2005 when he commissioned the invention of the penetrator improvised explosive device. That single bomb was responsible for over 600 American service members deaths and thousands of wounded soldiers and marines. The revelation came during our time of the surge in Iraq and was recently reaffirmed […]Read More

Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself: Graphic Death Photos Reveal

January 7, 2020  On January 5, 60 Minutes released photos from Jeffrey Epstein’s cell the morning of his death. Epstein, 66, was found dead on August 10, 2019 in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges. His death had been ruled a suicide by the New […]Read More

Has Joe Biden ever been right on a foreign policy

by Kaylee McGhee | January 07, 2020 About five years ago, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates reached what was then considered a startling conclusion: Joe Biden, who was at that point the vice president, had been wrong about “nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.” On Afghanistan, Iraq, the killing […]Read More

Dem Senators Urge Pelosi to Release Impeachment Articles

by ZACHARY EVANS January 7, 2020  Democratic Senators Chris Murphy of Connecticut and Joe Manchin of West Virginia on Tuesday became the first Senate Democrats to call on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to release the articles of impeachment against President Trump. Murphy’s and Manchin’s statements came soon after news broke that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell […]Read More

McConnell Claims He Has the Votes to Set Senate Trial

By TOBIAS HOONHOUTJanuary 7, 2020  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) has whipped the 51 votes required to establish the rules for President Trump’s impending impeachment trial without a concrete agreement on witnesses, according to multiple reports. McConnell told colleagues during a closed-door lunch on Tuesday that he had secured the necessary backing to begin President Trump’s […]Read More

Iranian Journalist Begs U.S. Media: Don’t Fall for Iranian Propaganda

By Nicholas Fondacaro January 6, 2020 “Don’t believe Iranian propaganda about the mourning for [General Qasem] Soleimani.” That’s the message or plea from Iranian journalist and activist Masih Alinejad published by The Washington Post on Monday. Unfortunately, as NewsBusters reporting on the liberal media’s reaction to Soleimani’s demise has shown, they were not heeding her warning and were willingly becoming mouthpieces for […]Read More

Schumer: ‘I Hope, Pray, and Believe’ Four GOP Senators will

By Craig Millward | January 6, 2020 | 11:49am EST (CNSNews.com)- Speaking on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said “I hope, pray, and believe there’s a decent chance that four Republicans will join us” in asking for witnesses and documents in a Senate impeachment trial and “if they do we’ll […]Read More